New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 4, 1987, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung March 4, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Police Report Fees — The burglary Tuesday of a residence in die IOO block of East Common street resulted rn the loss of a $» inch color tetevWop set The vk Urn s loos was set at 1000 04 Signs of forced entry were found by police investigators — A 20-year-old EMS technician reported the alleged theft of a medical textbook Tuesday afternoon from the Central Fire Station at 106 S. Hill St The textbook was valued at SIS — The theft of a SSO hub cap was reported to have occurred Tuesday afternoon rn the parking lot of Wal-Mart located on Interstate 35 West — The manager of an apartment complex rn the 200 block of Seville Street complained of a rock throwing incident there that resulted in HOO damage to a large glass window — The theft of a I-year-old black Labrador dog was reported Tuesday The dog. reportedly taken over the weekend is valued at $150 Extradition of trio sought by DAVID MAY Staff Writer Three Comal County residents suspected In two separate burglaries are swatting extradition from Indiana Mid Pennsylvania to face charges following their arrests on warrants issued here. According to Comal County Sheriff Investigator Gordon Lilluex. Larry Lee Morton. 20. of Route 7. Box 618T Is being held on a $25,000 bond by authorities of the Stueben County Sheriff's Department in Fort Wayne. Ind Morton was named rn a warrant issued by Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart He was arrested Feb 26. Lilluex said Morton is alleged to have burglarized Woodlands Country Club in the Canyon Lake area on Feb 11 Some $300 cash was reported stolen rn the incident The club's interior was also heavily damaged during the break-in Lilluex said Morton is currently on parole on a burglary conviction and that he violated terms of hts parole when he left the state Philadelphia police arrested Catherine Louise Blair. 21. and Robert John Comae, ti, both county residents. Jan 25 on warrants issued here Nov 18 by Precinct I Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger Their bonds were set at $10,000 each on charges of burglary of a building and felony theft The two are suspected in the Od 22 and 24 burglary of a residence in the Cypress Cove area in which hand tools and household goods were taken Births McKenna Memorial Hospital David and Ram Des Rosters 1420 Pothast 7 pound 6-ounce boy Feb 27 Jon and Mary Lindley 151 Heather St 7 pound 2-ounce boy Feb 28 Pablo and Mary Paniagua. Route 7 I 6 Box 568    7    pound    5-ounce    girl Feb 28 John and Beth Crocker 163 W Bridge 8 pound 3-ounce boy March Tommy and Tracy Lairs 2323 Bear Springs Dr San Antonio 8 pound 10-ounce girl, March I Weather Cwitinwe* from Pope l A tie service will not be charged to exit the river at the public park "I sure would hate to tax New Braunfels residents or non-profit groups, "he said Some members of the board were uncomfortable with targeting only businesses exiting the river there, or as suggested in a letter by Assistant City Manager Hector Tamayo, to charge ‘ each vehicle entering the park regardless of purpose or number of times " The board at one point considered dropping the idea of a fee implementation Board Chairman Car) Fox said that he thought assessing only concessionaires was justified ‘ They are the only ones making money from the park Ifs just the price of doing business ” he said Fox said many of the problems of maintaining the park and its roads are caused by the use of shuttle services Fox said if concessionaires decide to pick up customers on private property further downstream, the problems within the park would be solved Whatley said the rationale behind charing businesses was that the original intent of the ordinance was “to address the business activity at the park ” The board declined to further compromise on the fee because members originally favored charging $1 to exit but settled on 75 cents as a com promise to concessionaire s concerns that setting too high a fee might hurt their businesses Council member at-large Barbara Tieken who according to Fox in itiated the idea of implementing such a fee at the parte questioned 75 cents as being excessive at the last council meeting I Public Records Water Watch Comal River.......................424    cfs    (same) Canyon Lake inflow............ 1,443 cfs (down 66) Canyon Lokooutflow...............465    cfs    (same) Canyon Lakolovol..................910.73    (up    .IS) Edwards Aquifer...................627.85    (up    .OD Texas Weather    Forecast Skm wen generally clear over    J™JH    ™XAS Xunn> Texas today vnthwam. sunny days    ^iratey    •<*■*« and clear cool nights predated for    Allem"on    h,es    to 7<> '-ow* tonight imWoftlicXjic    in the 40s except upper 30s Hill Cocin Wind. over the state were general lry*^°^C°Slnv Thli_v ly from the north at 5-10 mph. the Na    Twi ttonal Weather Service said    lon‘^t- a l,lUe warmer J- -'*>< 7“ - Teaaa The « e rn temperature ex    mounta.ns to £werjhts B,g Bend trentes .ere a low of si degrees at    ,    ?*“    Th“rsd?>    ™ Marfa and a hi*, of en decrees at    STlS    8 menu* (tins! I    Grande in the Big Bend In North Texas it will be sunny and    N^”TH T!?XA-S jj.unny ,“7 7!? mild through Thursday with h,0* rn    “JLT    T? the upper 60s and mid 70s and lows in Hl6*>s ln ,h- upper ***> >" m,<) ■,s tho imper 30s to lower 60s    Lows in the upper :t0s to lower «os ThiWecast for South Texas,, also    E **•"<>•« Forest sunny through Thursday with highs    Friday through Sunday in the 70s And lows mainly in the 40s    SOUTH TEXAS: Continued dry West Texas will see clear skies with warm days and cool nights with lows in the mid-«0» and lower 40s through Sunday Morning lows from and Highs in the 70s except for the the 40s to near 50 north to the 50s to lower lbs along the Rio Grande in the near 60 south Friday through Sun-Big Bend    day Highs in the 70s to 80s south Texas Districf Civil Court Filings Odis George v Lexington Stale Bank and Rodney Exner trustee temporary injunction Barney G Malone v Marshall Day temporary injunction Crouse, et ux v Richard R V anderooste exemplary damages Mary Ellen West v Ra> Rubin d b a Hill Country Trail Antiques suit on note The Alpha Group Inc v Plaza Na t tonal Bank Dei Rio and David Jackson enjoin a foreclosure In the interest of a child Jack J Anderson adoption Michael Davis and ('hartotte Davis v David Chondler et a1, terminate contract sale Divorces McKown Marvin L Jr and Ber nice R Marriages Christopher M Skilling and Connie Gay Epps l-arry Claude Smith and Pamela S terr Obituaries Harry Nasif Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Harry Nasif of SE Eden Drive in New Braunfels Nasif Mi died March 4 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Homeowners: Borrow up to $10,000 with no collateral If you’re a homeowner who needs to burrow money, get the homeowner loan that doesn’t ask for collateral Not even a second mortgage At Czimmercial ( redit. 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Next to K Mart '149“ 899“ 599.. 199“ 499“ 69“ SALE PRICED FACTORY SALE' 628 S Walnut 629 4343 Womm’s Forum How many a woman has gonu berserk On being asked with a kindly smirk, Are you a housewife, or do you work? * * Georgia Galbraith Discount Furniture Lay-Away GIANT SALE Above attorney Carter Casteel addresses participants rn Saturday s Women s Forum at Canyon High School. The event sponsor by the American Association of University Women included Casteel s comments on legal matters including divorce wills obtaining credit discrimination and sexual harassment Right A co* age of ‘ Remembef Mama paraphernalia included in the exhibits section The girl with the parasol is Judy Kovaks-Long whne New Braunfeiser Toby Skroder is one of the young gins rn a chorus line to the eft of Kovaks-Long Below a sentiment by Georgte Galbraith sums up the housewife s lament that being a mother and wife isn t a full-time occupation rn its own right LESLIE KRIEWALDT SUM Photo*' ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: March 4, 1987

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